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The Age of Nature.

The Age of Nature poses important questions about humanity’s relationship with our natural environment.

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Georgia Home Classroom offers instructional broadcast schedules, digital learning resources and more.

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Meet the curious young rabbit Elinor and her friends in the new children’s series Elinor Wonders Why.

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The Imperfect Alibi

Georgia Today expands coverage of public policy.

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The Imperfect Alibi.

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This original documentary follows the recent Atlanta Journal Constitution investigation of a 1985 murder case in South Georgia.

Georgia Outdoors.

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Build a backyard pond, go-behind the scenes with host Sharon Collins and more in all-new episodes this month.

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Get tips for maintaining your memory in a special episode of Your Fantastic Mind.

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4 | A Word From Teya Ryan Dear GPB Donor, I hope you’ll join us for The Age of Nature, a sweeping threepart series that brings together inspirational contributors and stunning imagery from around the world to provide a deeper understanding of nature and our place within it. Prior to the broadcast premiere, we’re hosting a special advance virtual screening. Check out this month’s cover story for more details. Exclusive broadcasts from GPB also include The Imperfect Alibi, new episodes of Georgia Outdoors and a one-hour special from Your Fantastic Mind. We’ve also launched Georgia Today, a new podcast from GPB News that is part of the GPB Journalism Initiative, which provides in-depth coverage of issues impacting the state. Find out where to listen to the podcast and Georgia Today episodes in the GPB Radio section. Though this school year is different because of the impact of COVID-19, our commitment to students, teachers and families is stronger than ever, as we seek to provide resources for both in-person and virtual learning experiences. Learn more about the Georgia Home Classroom in the GPB Education section. Thank you for your on-going support of GPB. You truly make it possible for us to provide important programs and resources to communities across the state and beyond. Teya Ryan, GPB President and CEO

TUESDAY OCT. 6 7 PM Join us for an honest, livestream discussion about truth in journalism and the roles the media and the humanities play in an informed democracy. Co-hosted by Leah Fleming, Donna Lowry and Virginia Prescott Visit gpb.org/community for more information Presented by Georgia Public Broadcasting and Georgia Humanities

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NATURE IS THE KEY TO OUR SURVIVAL

NARRATED BY UMA THURMAN

PREMIERES WED., OCT. 14, 10 PM

As global awareness of nature increases, this three-part series highlights worldwide efforts to allow the time for it to rebound, evolve and return habitats to their natural order. With scientists and conservationists examining ways we can restore our planet, The Age of Nature explores humanity’s relationship with our natural environment and poses important questions. What can our mistakes of the past teach us about nature? Have we realized nature’s value in time, or have we already pushed nature to the breaking point?

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 scene from “Understanding” shows research assistant Eba, the orca dog, A help scientists locate orcas in the Salish Sea in Washington.

EPISODES COMING IN OCTOBER “Awakening” Wed., Oct. 14

Enjoy an Advance Virtual Screening Visit gpb.org/community to register for a free advance screening of The Age of Nature Thursday, October 8 at 8 p.m. We’ll feature clips from the series and a live discussion with Georgia Outdoors host Sharon Collins about nature in Georgia. Also, be sure to check out this month’s TV listings to learn about all-new episodes of Georgia Outdoors.

Discover how a new awareness of nature is helping to restore ecosystems from Panama to China to Mozambique. See how innovative actions are being taken to repair manmade damage and restore reefs, rivers, animal populations and more.

“Understanding” Wed., Oct. 21 Explore how a new understanding of nature is helping us find surprising ways to fix it. From the Pacific Northwest to Yellowstone to Scotland, scientists, citizens and activists are restoring the environment, benefiting humans and animals alike.

“Changing” Wed., Oct. 28 Discover why restoring nature might be our best tool to slow global warming. From Borneo to Antarctica, the resilience of the planet is helping us find solutions to cope with and even mitigate climate change, providing hope for a more positive future.

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GPB EDUCATION

ADAPTING TO SUPPORT TEACHERS, STUDENTS & FAMILIES

This school year may look a little different, but GPB Education is here to support teachers, students, and families with both in-person and virtual learning models. Our Georgia Home Classroom, a partnership with Georgia Department of Education, offers instructional broadcast schedules, digital learning resources, and K-12 remote learning plans for all grades and subjects that adhere to Georgia standards. With our instructional broadcast schedules, we have identified episodes to feature each week that align to age bands and link to themed learning objectives through a variety of resources from PBS KIDS and PBS LearningMedia. When schools closed due to COVID-19 and abruptly shifted to remote learning, GPB quickly partnered with GaDOE and school districts on delivering content, especially to students lacking internet access. After taking the summer to determine what worked best, GPB is listening to the needs of teachers and families and continuing to be adaptive and flexible in the face of a continually evolving situation. To access Georgia Home Classroom, visit gpb.org/learn.

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GPB KIDS

ELINOR WONDERS WHY MON.-FRI. 10:30 AM & 1:30 PM

Head out on an adventure with Elinor, the most curious and observant bunny rabbit in Animal Town, and her pals, Ari, a funny and imaginative bat; and Olive, a perceptive and warm elephant in the delightful children’s series Elinor Wonders Why. Created by celebrated cartoonist and robotics engineer, Jorge Cham, and physicist and educator, Daniel Whiteson, Elinor Wonders Why encourages kids to follow their curiosity and learn about the natural world around them. “Asking questions and investigating the answer are at the core of scientific discovery, and we designed the series to model and encourage children, parents and educators to do just that together,” said Whiteson. Along the way, children will also learn about respecting others, the importance of diversity, caring for the environment and working together to solve problems.

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GPB DAYTIME PROGRAM SCHEDULE 6 AM Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood 6:30 Arthur 7:00 Molly of Denali 7:30 Wild Kratts 8:00 Hero Elementary 8:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 9:00 Curious George 9:30 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 10:00 Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood 10:30 Elinor Wonders Why 11:00 Sesame Street 11:30 Pinkalicious & Peterrific 12:00 Great British Baking Show 1:00 Sesame Street 1:30 Elinor Wonders Why 2:00 Hero Elementary 3:00 Nature Cat 3:30 Wild Kratts 4:00 Molly of Denali LISTEN TO GPB RADIO 4:30 Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 5:00 Odd Squad 5:30 Arthur * Program Schedule or Times may vary

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GPB EXPANDS COVERAGE OF PUBLIC POLICY WITH GA TODAY PODCAST AND MORE As a public media network, providing our listeners and viewers with information and opportunities for civic engagement has always been a top priority for GPB. Now is an especially critical time for in-depth coverage of the state’s laws and legislators as Georgia is faced with a range of important issues and a growing regional and national significance on the political stage. At the same time, Georgia is confronting a crisis faced by states across the U.S. —the lack of indepth news coverage—because of the shrinking number of media outlets. To address this unprecedented crisis, we have launched Georgia Today to focus reporting on public policy, politics and the activities and impact of state government.

In addition to GPB Radio coverage, Georgia Today will help us expand our digital content offerings, starting with these three platforms: • Georgia Today Podcast • GPB News Website • Georgia Today E-Newsletter


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Funded with a grant from the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Georgia Today will enable GPB to expand our capacity for covering public policy and policy makers on the local and statewide levels. Additionally, the initiative will support our efforts to strengthen existing partnerships and create new allegiances with other media outlets, addressing the issue of areas in Georgia where local news has been radically reduced. In the coming months, we will be sharing more about our plans for Georgia Today, including news content on our website and a dedicated daily newsletter. GPB’s Georgia Today podcast is currently available at gpb.org/podcasts, Apple Podcasts, NPR, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, TuneIn and wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Listen in for each episode as host Steve Fennessy walks through a compelling story from the week’s news, through the eyes of the journalists who cover it. Georgia Today also airs on GPB Atlanta 88.5 FM and the GPB Radio statewide network Fridays at 6:30 p.m.

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THE IMPERFECT ALIBI PREMIERES TUES., OCT 6, 8 PM

This documentary from the Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC) is a reconstruction of the 1985 case involving the murders of Harold and Thelma Swain at their church in Camden County. The piece follows the work of AJC reporter Joshua Sharpe, who began investigating the case in 2019 to determine whether the man in prison for the crimes could be innocent.

The Imperfect Alibi The forgotten suspect, the DNA and the church murders that haunted a detective

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GPB OCTOBER TELEVISION SCHEDULE TIME

THURS - 1st

FRI - 2nd

SAT - 3rd PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:00 PM PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour Growing A Greener World

6:30 PM 7:00 PM Georgia Outdoors “River Tales”

7:30 PM

Recruiting 2020

Father Brown

“The Hammer of God”

Football Fridays in Georgia

8:00 PM

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

8:30 PM Inspector Morse

9:00 PM

“The Dead of Jericho”

Football Fridays in Georgia

As Time Goes By Keeping Up Appearances

9:30 PM 10:00 PM 10:30 PM

“The Dead of Jericho”

Football Fridays in Georgia

11:00 PM 11:30 PM

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 2

Inspector Morse

Margaret: The Rebel Princess

Murder Map

“Finding Dr. Crippen”

GEORGIA OUTDOORS

Premieres Thursday, October 1, 7 PM Thursdays, October 8 – 22, 7:30 PM Georgia Outdoors is back with four new episodes, starting with an hour-long special, “River Tales.” Join host Sharon Collins as she shares a behind-the-scenes look at the episodes she’s produced about Georgia rivers. In the following weeks, viewers will  Georgia Outdoors learn about backyard ponds, go behind the scenes with feahost Sharon Collins tured biologists, and visit the Yellow River Wildlife Sanctuary.

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16 | georgia public broadcasting WEEK OF OCTOBER 4 - OCTOBER 10 TIME

SUN - 4th

6:00 PM

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30 PM

Rick Steves’ Europe

7:00 PM 7:30 PM

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM

Last Tango in Halifax

Masterpiece: Flesh and Blood

9:30 PM 10:00 PM Cobra

MON - 5th

TUES - 6th

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Escape to the Chateau

Antiques Roadshow

“Moat, Pineapple Chandeliers and A Wedding”

Antiques Roadshow

“Indianapolis Hour 1”

Antiques Roadshow

“Indianapolis Hour 2”

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan

10:30 PM 11:00 PM 11:30 PM

Last Tango in Halifax

Murder Maps

“The Brides In the Bath Killer”

“Indianapolis Hour 2”

The Imperfect Alibi The Wanderer

Latino Vote: The Tipping Point

Frontline

“America Unprotected: Medical Supply Crisis”

The Hispanic Heritage Awards

FOOTBALL FRIDAYS IN GEORGIA Fridays, beginning October 2, 7:30 PM

 Football Fridays Returns

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Each year, GPB Sports presents the best in high school football, broadcasting live games throughout the season and culminating with the GHSA Football Championships. At press time, GPB is working with the GHSA to formulate plans for game coverage in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic impacting school participation. Visit gpb.org/sports for the latest schedule updates.


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GPB OCTOBER TELEVISION SCHEDULE WED - 7th

THURS - 8th

FRI - 9th

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Your Fantastic Mind

Georgia Outdoors

Recruiting 2020

Georgia Outdoors

Football Fridays in Georgia

“Second Chances”

Hometown Metter

“Bees”

“Backyard Ponds”

SAT - 10th PBS NewsHour Weekend Growing A Greener World

Father Brown

“The Flying Stars”

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

Nature

“Story of Cats: Asia to Africa”

Inspector Morse “Silent World of Nicholas Quinn”

Football Fridays in Georgia

Keeping Up Appearances

PBS NewsHour Debates 2020 Vice Presidential Debate

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 2

Inspector Morse “Silent World of Nicholas Quinn”

Football Fridays in Georgia

Nature

“Story of Cats: Asia to Africa”

As Time Goes By

Margaret: The Rebel Princess

Murder Map

“The Brides In the Bath Killer”

MASTERPIECE: FLESH AND BLOOD Sundays, October 4-25, 9 PM

 Cast of Flesh and Blood

The lives of three siblings are disrupted when their recently widowed mother declares she’s in love with a new man. The older woman’s budding romance provokes suspicion among her adult children and their inquisitive next-door neighbor. When an unfortunate incident occurs, it must be determined whether it was an accident or a heinous crime.

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18 | georgia public broadcasting WEEK OF OCTOBER 11 - OCTOBER 17 TIME

SUN - 11th

6:00 PM

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30 PM

Rick Steves’ Europe

7:00 PM 7:30 PM

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

Last Tango in Halifax

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Escape to the Chateau

“Pig Roaster and Versailles Loo”

Atlanta Press Club Debates

“General Election District 6”

Atlanta Press Club Debates

Atlanta Press Club Finding Your Roots Debates “Fashion’s Roots” “Senate”

Atlanta Press Club Debates

9:00 PM 9:30 PM

TUES - 13th

“General Election District 7”

8:00 PM 8:30 PM

MON - 12th

Masterpiece: Flesh and Blood

“General Election District 5”

Atlanta Press Club Debates

“General Election District 9”

Atlanta Press Club Debates

10:00 PM Cobra

Driving While Black

“General Election District 14”

10:30 PM Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan 11:00 PM 11:30 PM

Last Tango in Halifax

Finding Your Roots Murder Maps

“Fashion’s Roots”

“Terror in the Roaring Twenties”

PBS NEWSHOUR DEBATES 2020 Wednesday, October 7, 9 PM: Vice Presidential Thursdays, October 15 -22, 9 PM: Presidential As part of its continuing election coverage, PBS NewsHour will carry live coverage and analysis of the presidential and  PBS NewsHour vice presidential debates. debate coverage

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GPB OCTOBER TELEVISION SCHEDULE WED - 14th

THURS - 15th

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Georgia Outdoors

Recruiting 2020

Georgia Outdoors

Football Fridays in Georgia

“The Lighthouse”

Your Fantastic Mind “Memory”

“Biologists Rock”

Nature

FRI - 16th

Father Brown

The Wrong Shape”

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites Football Fridays in Georgia

NOVA

PBS NewsHour Weekend Growing A Greener World

Queen at War

“Story of Cats: Into the Americas”

SAT - 17th

“Nature’s Fear Factor”

As Time Goes By Keeping Up Appearances

PBS NewsHour Debates 2020

“Presidential Debate”

Age of Nature “Awakening”

Nature

“Story of Cats: Asia to Africa”

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 2 Football Fridays in Georgia Queen at War

Murder Map

“Terror in the Roaring Twenties”

COBRA Sundays, October 4 - November 8, 10 PM This drama follows the British Prime Minister and his Cabinet Office Briefing Room A (COBRA) committee, comprised of leading contingency planners and senior politicians, as they navigate the difficulties in overcoming a major national crisis.  Robert Carlyle & Victoria Hamilton star

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20 | georgia public broadcasting WEEK OF OCTOBER 18 - OCTOBER 24 TIME

SUN - 18th

6:00 PM

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30 PM

Rick Steves’ Europe

7:00 PM 7:30 PM

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

8:00 PM 8:30 PM

TUES - 20th

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Escape to the Chateau

“Fishing, Foraging and an Elevator”

Antiques Roadshow “Our 50 States 1”

The Trouble with Maggie Cole

Atlanta Press Club Finding Your Roots Debates “DNA Mysteries”

Masterpiece: Flesh and Blood

Atlanta Press Club Debates

Cobra

Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan

“When Votes Count”

Murder Maps

Finding Your Roots

9:00 PM 9:30 PM

MON - 19th

10:00 PM

“U.S. Senate”

“U.S. Senate”

American Masters “Walter Winchell”

Frontline

10:30 PM 11:00 PM 11:30 PM

The Trouble with Maggie Cole

“The Blackout Ripper”

“DNA Mysteries”

DRIVING WHILE BLACK Tuesday, October 13, 9 PM Director Ric Burns chronicles the history of African Americans on the road from the 1930s to the 1960s, a crucial and transformative period in American history. Drawing on a rich archive of material from the period, the film explores the genre of travel literature aimed  Scene from Driving at helping black travelers navigate Jim Crow America. While Black

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GPB OCTOBER TELEVISION SCHEDULE WED - 21st

THURS - 22nd

FRI - 23rd

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Your Fantastic Mind

Georgia Outdoors

Recruiting 2020

Hometown Milledgeville

Georgia Outdoors

Football Fridays in Georgia

Nature

“Panda: Born to Be Wild”

“Vultures”

“Yellow River Sanctuary”

PBS NewsHour Weekend Growing A Greener World

8:00 PM Royal Wives at War

Father Brown

“The Man in the Tree”

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites Football Fridays in Georgia

NOVA

SAT - 24th

“Touching the Asteroid”

As Time Goes By Keeping Up Appearances

PBS NewsHour Debates

“Presidential Debate”

Age of Nature

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 3

“Understanding”

Nature

“Panda: Born to Be Wild”

Royal Wives at War

Football Fridays in Georgia

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 3

YOUR FANTASTIC MIND Wednesday, October 14, 7 PM

 Jaye Watson hosts, Your Fantastic Mind

In this one-hour special, “Memory,” the series delves deep into the science of memory—how it works, how we can retain it and why we lose it. It also highlights the state’s Georgia Memory Net program, newly available to all Georgians who need memory assessment and care.

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22 | georgia public broadcasting WEEK OF OCTOBER 25 - OCTOBER 31 TIME

SUN - 25th

6:00 PM

PBS NewsHour Weekend

6:30 PM

Rick Steves’ Europe

7:00 PM 7:30 PM 8:00 PM 8:30 PM 9:00 PM

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

The Trouble with Maggie Cole

Masterpiece: Flesh and Blood

9:30 PM

MON - 26th

TUES - 27th

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Escape to the Chateau

“Christmas at the Chateau”

Antiques Roadshow “Kooky & Spooky”

Not Done: Women Remaking America

Antiques Roadshow Recut “Newport Part 3”

Generation Nation: A PBS American Portrait Story

10:00 PM Cobra

Antiques Roadshow “Kooky & Spooky”

Frontline

“The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden”

Murder Maps

“The Lady Killer”

10:30 PM 11:00 PM 11:30 PM

The Trouble with Maggie Cole

Independent Lens “Represent”

Not Done: Women Remaking America

THE TROUBLE WITH MAGGIE COLE Sundays, October 18 - November 22, 8 PM Set in a picturesque fishing village, this series stars Dawn French (The Vicar of Dibley) as Maggie Cole, the self-appointed oracle of this close-knit community. See what happens when idle gossip escalates out of control  Cast of The Trouble and starts to affect people’s lives. With Maggie Cole

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GPB OCTOBER TELEVISION SCHEDULE WED - 28th

THURS - 29th

FRI - 30th

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

Your Fantastic Mind

Georgia Outdoors

Recruiting 2020

Hometown Ghost Towns

Georgia Outdoors

Football Fridays in Georgia

“St. Simons”

“Urban Forests”

Father Brown

“The Eye of Apollo”

The Carol Burnett Show: Carol’s Favorites

Inspector Morse “Service of All the Dead”

Football Fridays in Georgia

NOVA

PBS NewsHour Weekend Growing A Greener World

Nature

“Australia Bushfire Rescue”

SAT - 31st

“Can We Cool the Planet?”

As Time Goes By Keeping Up Appearances

Age of Nature

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 3

Inspector Morse

“Changing”

“Service of All the Dead”

Football Fridays in Georgia

Nature

“Australia Bushfire Rescue”

Masterpiece Mrs. Wilson

Masterpiece: Unforgotten Season 3

AMERICAN MASTERS “WALTER WINCHELL: THE POWER OF GOSSIP” Tuesday, October 20, 9 PM

 Walter Winchell circa 1930s

Actor Stanley Tucci stars as Walter Winchell, a newspaper columnist, radio commentator and television personality who pioneered the fast-paced, gossip driven, politically charged journalism that dominates today. At his peak, Winchell’s audience was 50 million.

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By preparing an estate plan, you’re safeguarding more than just matters of finances and inheritance, you’re also guiding future health decisions, providing for loved ones, and creating your legacy. A few simple steps today will give you peace of mind tomorrow by ensuring you and your loved ones are well protected.

Legacy Circle Contact Sherry White for a FREE Personal Estate Planning Guide swhite@gpb.org or 404.685.2608

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GPB Encore :: October 2020  

As global awareness of nature increases, this three-part series highlights worldwide efforts to allow the time for it to rebound, evolve and...

GPB Encore :: October 2020  

As global awareness of nature increases, this three-part series highlights worldwide efforts to allow the time for it to rebound, evolve and...

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